"Design modifications" mean another 13 months of delays.
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The lower-level tracks at Metro Center are flooded.
With the first segment of Metro's Silver Line open, it's on to planning the next stretch. The stations in Loudoun County won't be operational until 2018 or later, but like an overeager would-be parent, the county is getting started early on coming up with baby names. One of the county's three stations, the one Washingtonians [...]
Tomorrow, for the first time since 1991, a new Metro line will open. In a sense, the start of passenger service on the first phase of the Silver Line isn't quite as momentous as the advent of the Green Line 23 years ago, since the former largely duplicates the Orange and Blue lines and the [...]
After repeated delays, the Silver Line took a concrete step toward opening today, with Metro officially taking control of the line to begin testing.
Last week, Metro General Manager Richard Sarles said he was aiming to declare operational readiness—the step required for Metro to take over the line from the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, which is overseeing construction—today. This morning, on [...]
Metro is hoping to take control of the Silver Line next week, setting up a possible late-summer opening for the long-delayed line.
The line, which will run initially to Reston and eventually to Dulles International Airport and Loudoun County, is currently under the control of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority. When construction is complete, MWAA will hand the line [...]
The long-delayed Silver Line took a step toward an eventual opening today, with an agreement between the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority and the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority paving the way for passenger service this summer, Metro announced on its website.
Given D.C.-area transit's recent forecasts, however—the Silver Line would be "substantially complete" last November, we were [...]
The tortoise-and-the-hare race between the streetcar and the Silver Line continues—and it looks increasingly like they're both taking a nap.
The Silver Line appeared to take the lead when the streetcar blew a series of deadlines, making it clear that it wouldn't come close to meeting Mayor Vince Gray's forecast of passenger service "starting in January, not [...]